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-===Background and Context of Debate:===+===An ongoing conflict, which has been termed as the Iraq War, "Gulf War II", the "Second Persian Gulf War", or "Operation Iraqi Freedom," began on March 20, 2003 with the United States-led invasion of Iraq by a multinational coalition composed of U.S. and United Kingdom troops supported by smaller contingents from Australia, Denmark, Poland, and other nations.At the start of the war, U.S. officials argued that Iraq and its possession and further pursuit of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) posed an imminent threat to the security and interests of the United States, Europe and the other nations of the Middle East
 +No militarily significant WMDs have been found in Iraq since the invasion, although several degraded chemical munitions dating to before 1991 have been.===
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===An ongoing conflict, which has been termed as the Iraq War, "Gulf War II", the "Second Persian Gulf War", or "Operation Iraqi Freedom," began on March 20, 2003 with the United States-led invasion of Iraq by a multinational coalition composed of U.S. and United Kingdom troops supported by smaller contingents from Australia, Denmark, Poland, and other nations.At the start of the war, U.S. officials argued that Iraq and its possession and further pursuit of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) posed an imminent threat to the security and interests of the United States, Europe and the other nations of the Middle East No militarily significant WMDs have been found in Iraq since the invasion, although several degraded chemical munitions dating to before 1991 have been.===

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